The tap water at Stateville has been dangerous for decades.
Chicago EPA employees defend the environment—and their union— from the Trump administration.
“Half-assed everything, that’s what we get.”
Also, the Illinois house failed to pass a ban on semiautomatic rifle bump stocks.
Also, the EPA approved Chicago’s dry ice method of killing rats.
The sudden unseasonable temperature spike is cause for citywide celebration.
Service Sanitation porta-potties have become a ubiquitous sight at Chicago music festivals. And even if you don’t think you want to, you’re about to learn about the business that put them there.
Also, former mayor Richard M. Daley’s photo has finally been added to the wall of mayors at City Hall.
Also, there’s speculation that Forrest Claypool’s days at Chicago Public Schools are numbered.
Residents staged a boisterous rally through the abandoned streets of the West Calumet Housing Complex.
Also, the Environmental Protection Agency’s Chicago regional office reportedly is in danger of being closed.
Longtime bureaucrats are stepping into the limelight to protest the president.
The Badlands National Park fires back in Trump’s war against facts, truth, and the media.
For more than 30 years, residents of the south-side housing project—called the “toxic doughnut”—have been fighting for environmental justice.
There are increasing signs that the federal government may actually take on greenhouse gas emissions.